CBS Reveals Another NCIS Shakeup As Los Angeles Spinoff Comes To An End

When a show has been around for as long as NCIS It has, which is twenty years old, and it has the faithful following that it has, little fans who get irritated like when there is an unexpected reorganization.

NCIS and its various spinoff shows have always been a reliable source of fan entertainment, and just as fans prepare to say goodbye to NCIS: Los Angeles – the franchise’s first and longest-running spin-off – after fourteen years, another shakeup is happening at the other spin-off.

CBS has revealed a slight schedule change for NCIS: Hawaii, and fans shouldn’t expect to see the show in its regular Monday night spot on their TV guide.

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Though it’s not clear why, spring break? – viewers of the show will have to endure not one, not two, but three weeks after the show didn’t air.

The last episode fans of the show got to enjoy was episode 17, “Money Honey,” which aired on March 20 and saw Captain Joe Milius, played by Enver Gjokaj return to Hawaii, while the NCIS team pursued a dangerous target within the United States government.

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The long hiatus comes just as the end of its second season approaches, and the show won’t start until April 10H. Little is known about episode 18 as a synopsis has yet to be released, only that it is titled “Bread Crumbs”.

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However, if fans want to remember the second installment of the show as it comes to a close, they need not worry that they won’t NCIS: Hawaii episodes will be whatever during their regular 10pm EST timeslot.

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Instead of a new episode for the next three weeks, Reruns of the show will air on Mondays.except for April 3, when a sports championship is held.

The last episode saw the return of Enver Gjokaj’s character, Captain Miliu.

Next Monday, March 21, fans will be able to watch “Vanishing Act,” the seventh episode of the second season.

NCIS airs on CBS at 9 p.m. EST, followed by its NCIS: Hawaii at 22:00 EST. NCIS: Los Angeles airs on Sundays at 9 pm EST.

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